Young back in boost for Bombers

THE Northern Bombers will regain talented midfielder Callen Young for his first game of the season for their State League road trip South to play ladder-leader Clarence at Bellerive Oval tomorrow.

Callen Young

Callen Young

Young has not played since breaking his leg in round 17 last season and will be a valuable addition for the Bombers with his leadership and experience.

North also named Ethan Petterwood for a possible return after missing a couple of months with glandular fever and regained Lochlan Young, Joby Reynolds and forwards Zac Burt and Damien Medwin.

The Bombers lose Brad Cox-Goodyer to suspension and will be without Mariners Bryton Mullins, Dakota Bannister and Logan Reynolds as they look to bounce back from a loss to Devonport before the state game bye.

Clarence has all of its key playmakers available and will be strengthened by the return of midfielder Jake Cox. 

LAUNCESTON regained the experience and onfield leadership of Beau Green for his club-record breaking 254th senior game on Sunday against Devonport at Windsor Park.

The Blues also named Michael Musicka and Tom Cleary for a return from injury and included Jack Dyer and Hamish Leedham with colts players Zach and James Griffiths and Sam Rawlings pressing for senior selection.

Devonport will be without its four Mariners in Jesse Johnson, Kade Pitchford, Brayden Butler and Alex Dilger and loses marquee recruit Brent Guerra and Klay Griffiths for the rest of the season to injury.

WESTERN Storm added Logan Barker, Brodie Robinson, Darryn Thomas and Chris Taylor to an extended interchange bench for its road trip to West Park.

Burnie has a full-strength side available except for Brad Harvey who was an omission. 

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